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I had the good fortune to operate W100AW while attending the 2014 ARRL National Centennial Convention.

I also enjoyed operating as one of the W1AW/8 operators during August 2014.

Call Sign History:

1967 - WN3IDW the "N" in the call siginified Novice.  You had one year to upgrade or start over.

1967 - WA3IDW hey I made it in time.  The "N" became an "A".

1968 - WB8HII moved to "8" land, you had to change calls back then.

1988 - WD8E still have it.

Memberships:

10-10 International, Central Ohio Contest Association (COCA) club call WE8DX, Old Old Timers Club (OOTC), Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) MID-OHIO Chapter 212 chapter call WQ8CWA, Second Class Operators Club (SOC).

Volunteer:

ARRL Assistant Section Manager (ASM) for Central Ohio, ARRL Volunteer Examiner (VE), Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES), Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN). Look for SATERN Monday - Saturday on 14.265 MHz +/- QRM at 1500 UTC.

Stations:

20 thru 10 meter I use an Alinco DM-330MV power supply, I-COM IC-746 transceiver, Henry 2K Classic amplifier, MFJ-989C tuner, and Mosley Pro 57B antenna.

160 thru 40 meters I use a Kenwood PS-50 power supply, Kenwood TS-440S transceiver, Ameritron AL-80A amplifier, MFJ-989D tuner, and a 160 meter horizontal loop antenna.

Mobile I use an I-COM 706 MKIIG and a Little Tar Heel II screwdriver antenna.

What's not to like?  It's all good!

C U Down the log!

73 and Good DX.

Fritz WD8E

 

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